Manage Your Contacts 5.1.5
Description from the publisher
Manage Your Contacts is a tried and true program that will help you easily store and manage contact information names, addresses, phone #'s, etc.. It is so easy to use that you'll have virtually no learning curve, yet it sports a variety of powerful features to help you truly manage your contact list. With Manage Your Contacts, you can search, filter, and sort your entries any way you need via a very easy-to-use interface. You can also print to a variety of popular labels, quickly print envelopes, auto-dial phone numbers with your modem, and generate useful reports. One of the most useful reports is the phone list, which will print a concise phone list of all your contacts so you can keep a list in your car, in a wallet/purse, on your refrigerator, and basically anywhere you might need to have a handy list of phone numbers you frequently use. You can also print out a full list of information for as many or as few entries as you wish. If you are at your computer, then you can access the entries very efficiently.
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